Book: The Mysterious Case of God's Non-existence - Investigating the nature of the Real by Mark Gerard Craigcategories: Book, Spirituality, Religion, Atheism, Science and Religion, Philosophy of Religion, Psychology, Christianity, Buddhism, Mythology, Fundamentalism, Extremism, God
Mark Gerard Craigabout this book: Does God exist? This is a question that has stirred the imagination for millennia. The energy devoted to this question has oftentimes masked a deeper underlying question - What do we even mean by the word God? Religion has staked this question as its domain and area of expertise and yet, it is a question equally relevant to science as it is to religion and various spiritual philosophies.
The language used to describe God is never final or absolute. Language is symbolic and any words attached to the idea of God communicate a partial and never an all encompassing truth. Hence, one can never get at ultimate truth concerning God. Nonetheless, having established that one can say a great deal about God when not confined to religion alone. Science, philosophy and psychology equally afford access to the elusive truth belying the label "God."
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